According to sources, in the meeting of BJP leaders of Telangana, Amit Shah expressed strong displeasure over the ongoing factionalism in the state BJP organization and gave strict instructions to the state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar.
New Delhi: Telangana is the second state after Karnataka in South India where the BJP is confident of blooming fully, so the BJP high command is busy preparing for the assembly elections to be held later this year with full force. Regarding this, the party's national president JP Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting in New Delhi on Tuesday.
In this mega meeting with Telangana state leaders and national leaders associated with the election campaign, a blueprint was prepared to strengthen the party in the state.
Who was involved in the important meeting?
In a meeting held on Tuesday at JP Nadda's residence in the presence of Amit Shah, BJP's National Organization General Secretary BL Santhosh, National General Secretary Sunil Bansal, who monitors and coordinates the work of the party in Telangana, State in-charge and National General Secretary Tarun Chugh, State President Bandi Sanjay Kumar, Union Minister G. Kishan Reddy, DK Aruna, BJP OBC Morcha National President K.K. Many other leaders including Laxman were present.
What instruction did Amit Shah give?
According to sources, in the meeting of BJP leaders of Telangana, Amit Shah expressed strong displeasure over the ongoing factionalism in the state BJP organization and gave strict instructions to the state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar. If sources are to be believed, Shah asked the state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar to stay away from mutual factionalism and disputes and work with all the leaders through better coordination.
Asked to end mutual factionalism
It is being told that along with this, Shah told Telangana Chief Minister K.K. Chandrasekhar Rao's party also asked the leaders who joined BJP from BRS to take them along in the decisions and programs of the party. On behalf of the BJP high command, all the leaders of Telangana have been clearly asked to work under collective leadership in the state by ending mutual factionalism. In order to establish better coordination among the leaders in the state, the state president has also been instructed to hold maximum coordination meetings so that there is no complaint or regret in the mind of any leader.
There was resentment among the leaders who joined BJP from BRS
In fact, the BJP, engaged in the campaign to strengthen the organization in Telangana, is inducting leaders of other parties, especially strong leaders of the ruling BRS, into its party. But such complaints were coming to the party's high command that the state organization is not giving much attention to the leaders who have joined BJP from BRS. Angered by this, Shah on Tuesday advised the state president to put an end to factionalism and fight the political battle under collective leadership by taking everyone together so that the KCR government could be thrown out of power by defeating it in the assembly elections.